A tower crane permit has been issued for 1340 W Washington Boulevard in West Loop. The seven-story parking structure with accessory retail is being co-developed by the Chicago Journeyman Plumber Local 130 UA and the Chicago Title and Trust Company. Parking will yield a total of 502 parking spaces and 36 bike spaces, and will be situated at the northern end of the 4.1-acre Plumbers Union campus. Rising adjacent to the organization’s main building, the site was previously occupied by a surface parking lot.
Demolition is around halfway complete for the six-story ADM Wheat Mill at 1300 W Carroll Avenue in West Loop. Sterling Bay had bought the property for $25 million in 2018 once the previous owner, ADM Milling Co, decided to move its production facility to Mendota.
Brick installation has begun for JK Equities‘ 1400 Monroe, a seven-story condominium building located near the southwest corner of West Loop. The project addressed as 1404 W Monroe Street will yield 42 residences, ranging in size from 1,242 to 3,887 square feet. Prices will fall between $650,000 and $2.5 million.
Renderings revealed for a proposed mixed-use development at 160 N Morgan Street in West Loop. Located on a midblock site, the property fronts N Morgan Street between W Randolph Street and W Lake Street. The parcel will be bound by alleyways to the north, south, and west. Sterling Bay is the developer behind the proposal.
Cladding installation is progressing rapidly at the now topped-out Fulton Labs, rising 16 stories at 400 N Aberdeen Street in the Fulton Market district. Developed by Trammell Crow Company in collaboration with Zoë Life Sciences, the 420,000-square-foot building will be oriented towards biosciences and biotechnology companies, and will be the second installation of the Fulton Labs complex with 725,000 square feet of combined space. Programming will primarily consist of office and lab space, along with secondary lobby, retail, storage, and amenity space.